Manchester Support Group
About this group
The support group provides a safe, supportive and friendly environment for sharing your experiences. It offers the opportunity to be listened to and understood, and know that you are not alone. There is a mixture of informal meetings and talks from guest speakers who offer additional information on topics that are of interest to the group.
We aim to be led by what you need so let us know if you have any ideas or suggestions and we will try to accomodate these.
We have established a rolling programme of Wellbeing Sessions as part of looking after ourselves whilst living with endometriosis. These popular sessions include yoga, walking and creative activities. These are in addition to the regular monthly support meetings. All the sessions are tailored to enable everyone to participate, and are often free, or require a small contribution if we have a specialist practitioner facilitating the session. Everyone is welcome to join us.
The group hopes to promote greater awareness of endometriosis and do some fundraising. If this is something you would like to get involved in let us know.
Whether you are recently diagnosed or have lived with the condition for years you are very welcome to come along for a cuppa!
General Session InformationSupport Group sessions are usually held monthly. The main venue is at: 2nd Floor, Parkway 3, Parkway Business Centre, Princess Rd, Manchester M14 7LU. This is a few miles south of the city centre. There is free car parking at the front of the building and public transport is plentiful. The venue is fully accessible.
We sometimes change venues/days depending on the event, and to enable wider participation across Manchester. Any changes will be posted on the support group sessions page and our Facebook page.
If you have not heard back from the support group since sending your enquiry and are interested in attending a session please just come along!
Upcoming Support group sessionsThere are no upcoming sessions at this time. Please check back again.
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